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I made this tonight and we loved it! The only change I made was to omit the cayenne and used some Saracha (sp) sauce. We topped ours with broken up tortilla chips and it was delicious. Can't wait to have more for lunch tomorrow :-D Thanks for posting!
We thought this was very good. It did seem more like a soup than a chili though. I sort of cut the recipe in half, but I didn't measure exactly. I used 3 chicken breasts (which were all together over 1 lb), 1 cup onion, whole can of chili's, 2 cans of beans and only 1 can of broth, and it was still very soupy, but the flavor was really good. I did use the cayenne but forgot to add the hot sauce to our individual servings. The amount of cayenne was perfect- we love super spicy food, but I wanted my 1 year old to be able to eat it too. It was not too spicy for him- he really liked it, and took leftovers to daycare today for lunch. This will definately go on my list of do-agains, I would just lessen the broth amount. Thanks for posting the recipe.
This is a great white chicken chili recipe that everyone in the family enjoyed, and it's not always an easy task to please everyone. I went a bit light on the hot sauce (because I have kids who cannot tolerate "heat"), but other than that I stuck to the recipe measurements as written. I will make this again, and it's so delicious that I can't see that I will make any adjustments. Made for Zaar Cookbook tag game.
This is really good! I only used 1 tsp. cumin and skipped the hot sauce & cayenne. My family doesn't like spicy hot foods. It was great like that, but I think I'll use only 2 cans of chicken broth next time, as I usually like my chili a little thicker. Thanks for posting.
This recipe is delicious! I left out the hot sauce because it was so good as is. I used 3- 19 oz cans of cannellini beans, but only used the liquid from 2 of them. This has big flavor for being so simple. I especially loved the oregano, it gave the soup a really nice flavor. Thanks for sharing. *Made for Fall PAC 2008*